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This exhibition has passed an ordeal of Twelve Years, during which it has continued to be honored with increased approbation, being recognized
as uniting instruction with amusement. The principal groups are THE CORONATION OF HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN,
TII NU LIIA'I BULO The Prince of Wales and Princess Royal in their Splendid Cot.
THE ROYAL GUEST, THE KING OF PRUSSIA. LOUIS PHILLIPPE, IN THE COSTUME OF THE NATIONAL GUARD.
The Group of the Great Men of the Late Mar. THE GORGEOUS ROBES OF GEORGL IV. Designed by himself, at a cost of Eighteen Thousand Pounds; with the
Room fitted up for the purpose. THE CHINESE FIGURES OF COMMISSIONER LIN & HIS WIFE, Modelled expressly for this Exhibition by Lamqua, of Canton; with
the Dresses and Ornaments worn on occasions of ceremonies. HISTORICAL CHARACTERS,
In Magnificent Armour of Unequalled Beauty. THE RELICS OF NAPOLEON: . The Camp-Bed in which he died; the Cloak of Marengo; the Sword of Egypt; the Cot of the King of Rome; Gallery Portraits of Napoleon, &c. &c.; the Carriage taken at Waterloo; all of surpassing interest, with the rooms fitted up for the purpose.
JUST ADDED, THE HEROES HARDINGE AND GOUGH.
IN THEIR FULL UNIFORMS AS BRITISH GENERALS. King James E., in the splendid costume of that period. And a Full-Length Model, from Life, of the Apostle of Temperance, FATHER MATTHEW.
ALSO, A NEW GROUP OF THE ROYAL FAMILY, Representing Her Majesty, Prince Albert, Princess Royal, Prince of Wales, Princess Alice, and the Duke of York; got up regardless of expense.
TOGETHER WITH 100 PUBLIC CHARACTERS OF THE DAY.
Admittance, 1s.--Second Room, 6d. Open in SUMMER, from 11 till 10 at Night. WINTER, from 11 till 5,
and from 7 till 10. BAZAAR, BAKER ST., PORTMAN SQ.
KIRBX, BHARD, & 60. Pin and Needle Manufacturers,
By special appointment to Her most excellent Majesty,
QUE EN VICTORIA,
Respectfully solicit LADIES and the Public generally, to patronise
their celebrated and well-known
These Pins have firm, sharp, and penetrating points (carefully finished by hand), and smooth perfectly formed heads-qualities which will be found to give great satisfaction to all who use them.
The Needles are of superlative quality, and being formed of the finest and purest steel, they possess great strength and elasticity ;
and large smooth
Beautifully polished within, so as to render the cutting of the thread impossible : they are pleasant to work with, and can be threaded with the greatest ease.
TAKE NOTICE. KIRBY, BEARD, & Co., to distinguish their articles from all spurious imitations, stamp them with a GOLD LABEL, bearing the name of the Firm in full, without which none are genuine. They may be had of all the principal Haberdashers, Silk Mercers, and
and Drapers in the United Kingdom.
KIR BY, BE A RD, & CO. pre 46, CANNON STREET, LONDON.
Purveyors of the Seas
To Her Most Gracious CELEBRATED ASAM TEA est
MAJESTY THE QUEEN,
HAVE APPOINTED Messrs. George & Son, Confectioners, High St.
SOLE AGENTS FOR CHELTENHAM; AND Mr.R. Embley, Confectioner, Northgate Street,
SOLE AGENT FOR GLOUCESTER. ASAM and “ ASAM TEA,”-important questions satisfactorily answered.
WHAT IS ASAMP ASAM is a province in Asia, situated west of Bengal. It is a colony which, since its possession, bas been distinguished by a steady advance towards important improvements.
Of late years, ASAM has become the subject of universal interest, on account of a peculiar species of Tea, which is “part and parcel" of the rich soil of this province.
WHAT IS ASAM TEAP ASAM TEA (let it be clearly understood) is a distinct genera of Tea, having no connexion whatever with that of China. Its taste-its self peculiar piquancy of flavor, surpasses any thing that can be conceived by those who have not tasted its delectable qualities. The instant the Tea is tasted, the drinker acquires a relish for its invigorating, refreshing, and in every respect healthful decoction. Its strength in consumption is two to one of the Chinese leaf, so that luxury and economy are happily combined in the use of this unequalled species of Tea.
WHO ARE THE CULTIVATORS OF ASAM TEAP
The “ ASAM TEA COMPANY,” to whose arduous and enterprising exertions we are indebted for this new feature in domestic luxury.
The Establishments and Agencies of the “ Asam TEA COMPANY" bare created, and are creating, considerable sensation in the various towns of England; and the daily increasing consumption of this leaf is a proof positive that the public know how to value this choice vegetable boon.
Black Tea .... 58. per Ib. | Green Tea .. .. 6s. per lb.
Mixed Tea, 58. 4d. per lb. The Tea is packed in handsome coloured wrappers, with the Co.'s seal affixed, without which none is genuine, in pounds, halves, quarters, and two ounces, being enclosed in lead forming a canister, nothing can injure the fine flavour of the Tea, which can only be obtained of the Sole Authorised Agents as advertised, in Packets, sealed with the Company's Arms and Address,
11, CROOKED LANE, KING WILLIAM STREET, LONDON. One respectable party in euch town will be appointed as Sole Agent, on
application as above. SOLE AUTHORISED AGENTS FOR THIS DISTRICT :Banbury, Mr. W. F. Molesworth, High-st. Melksham, Mr. T. Jarvis, Market-place Bath, Mr. Fortt, Confectioner, Milsom-st. Newent, Mr. J. Cromwell, Lewall-street Bristol, Miss Bowes, 5, Pembroke-sfreet Oxford, Mr. E. Horn, 142, High-street Clifton, Mrs. Bayston, Confectioner, St. Salisbury, Mr. T. W. Davis, Endless-street Augustine's-parade, Bristol
Shepton Mallett, Mr. J. Wason, Bookseller Chippenham, Mr. Billamore, St.Mary'g-pl. Stroud, Mr. Bucknall, Repository,Rowcroft Leamington, Mr. J. Beck, 29, Regent-st. Worcester, Mr. J. Perks, 12, Bridge-street Malmesbury, Mr. T. Pinnell, High-street Warwick, Mr. W. G. Perry, New-street CAUTION.-No other parties (in these districts) are authorised to sell the Genuine Asam Tea, by the Asam Tea Company, London.
Preparation of that Drug. Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of
Prussia, His Majesty the King of Hanover, and most of the Nobility and Clergy of the United Kingdom, and especially recommended by the Faculty.
KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.
A CERTAIN REMEDY for disorders of the Pulmonary Organsin Difficulty of Breathing-in Redundancy of Phlegm-in Incipient CONSUMPTION (of which Cough is the most positive indication) they are of unerring efficacy. In Asthma, and in WINTER Cough, they have never been known to fail.
KEATING's Cough LOZENGES are free from every deleterious ingredient; they may, therefore, be taken at all times, by the most delicate female and by the youngest child; while the PUBLIC SPEAKER and the PROFESSIONAL SINGER will find them invaluable in allaying the hoarseness and irritation incidental to vocal exertion, and consequently a powerful auxiliary in the production of MELODIOUS ENUNCIATION.
Prepared and sold in Boxes, Is. I ld., and Tins, 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and 10s. 6d. each, by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, &c., No. 79, St. Paul's Church Yard, London. Sold Retail by all Druggists & Patent Medicine Venders in the Kingdom.
RECENT TESTIMONIALS. Copy of a Letter from "COLONEL HAWKER," (the well-known Author on “GUNS
Longparish House, near Whitchurch, Hants, October 21st, 1846. SIR,- I cannot resist informing you of the extraordinary effect that I have experienced by taking only a few of your LOZENGES. I had a Cough for several weeks that defied all that had been prescribed for me, and yet I got completely rid of it by taking about half a small box of your Lozenges, which I find are the only ones that relieve the Cough without deranging the stomach or digestive organs.
I am, Sir, your humble servant, To Mr. KBATING, 79, St. Paul's Churchyard.
P. HAWKER. CURE OF ASTHMATIC COUGH of Twenty Years' standing, by the use of KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.
Seend, near Melksham, Dec. 8th, 1846. SIR, I was troubled with a bad Asthmatic Cough for twenty years, till I heard of your COUGH LOZENGES, through the Newspapers, and with gratitude I send you an account of my cure. My Cough was so bad in 1843, 4, and 5, that I was scarcely two months without being under the Doctor's care: at the end of 1845 I was so very ill with it that my Wife and Friends, and even the Doctor, gave me up; I could not walk across my room, and the phlegm nearly choked me; but, thanks to your valuable Cough Lozenges, they effected a complete cure; for the first night I took them I slept without Coughing, and in a week I was quite well, and have not taken any other Medi. cine, or been laid up one day since. I wish, for the good of my fellow-sufferers, that you would publish these facts. I remain, Sir, your obedient and grateful servant, To Mr. KEATING, 79, St. Paul's Churchyard.
78, High Street, Birmingham, Dec. 17th, 1846. DEAR SIR,-Having had occasion for a Cough Medicine in our Establishment, we tried your valuable Lozenges, and found them efficacious; and if I may judge from the increasing sale and popularity, they must give general satisfaction.
I am, dear Sir, your's respectfully, To Mr. T. KEATING, London.
HENRY WINNALL. N.B.-To prevent spurious imitations, please to observe that the words “ KEATING's Cough LOZENGES” are engraved on the GOVERNMENT STAMP of each box,
And by return, and post free, you will receive a handsome TEA-SPOON of
C. WATSON'S SOLID ALBATA PLATE
Which is rapidly superseding Silver for all domestic uses. This is the only SOLID substitute now sold. Unlike plated goods of any kind, there is nothing to wear off, so that the more you rub and clean it, the better it will continue to look, though it should be in daily use for FIFTY YEARS. Do not be afraid to put it to any test, and then send your order. A full Catalogue of Prices, with patterns of every other article which is manufactured from this beautiful metal for the table or the sideboard, will be enclosed with the Sample Spoon. This metal may be engraved as silver, with Crests, Arms, &c. &c. Address - C. WATSON, 41 and 42, BARBICAN, and
16, NORTON FOLGATE, LONDON.
J. M A NNING, PIANO - FORTE TUNER, &c. 9, WORCESIER SI., GLOUCESIBR,
SOLE AGENT FOR OWEN, STODART, & CO., LONDON, For the selling of their esteemed PIANO-FORTES, and has continually for inspection several of their superior Instruments, which for equality of tone, elasticity of touch, and durability of workmanship, are not to be surpassed, and in point of price unequalled, as J. M. offers them at the MANUFACTURERS' WHOLESALE PRICES.
J. M. also begs to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants of the City and County of Gloucester, that he attends BALLS and EVENING PARTIES with Quadrille Bands, and respectfully solicits their patronage.
BUILDER, TIMBER DEALER, &C.,
PARK RETREAT, PAINSWICK LAWN, CHELTENHAM.
Alterations and Repairs executed with despatch, on the best principles & lowest terms.
WORKMEN SENT TO ANY PART, ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
N.B.- FURNITURE MADE AND REPAIRED.